Vida Tropical B and B
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Monday morning Sydney and Christi went zip lining with Wing-Nut Canopy Tours. Daddy and Miranda went for a walk on the beach with Miranda in the Ergo... she fell asleep all cozy with daddy.
Sydney was probably less nervous than her mother, but after the first zip line she was asking for more! Luckily as there were many more to go. Sydney …
We left Jaco today, we had a great time there. But, we do enjoy Alajuela (got the spelling right now) and had a fun day today here.
a quick trip to the auto mercado once we arrived... it's usually our first stop, to get our favorite goodies for snacks. yesterday i bought some cheddar cheese in jaco at a mas por menus grocery store and we …
After a week of chilling in La Fortuna it was time to go to Alajuela and pick up the kids. It was unfortunate that at the last minute my son Michael and his family couldn't come but we all decided to make the best of it which is all you can do when life intervenes with your plans. I arrived in Alajuela and settled into the Vida Tropical B&B. …
Wanted to let people know I made it safe and sound. I have been reading so much on Delhi that I think I was prepared for San Jose airport to be crazy as well. Except for long lines it was uneventful. I had a cool taxi driver who endured me speaking broken Spanish to him. The Vida Tropical is really cute and homey with a kitchen and honor system for …
After breakfast we took a swim in the pool and a dip in their new hot tub. After that we had one of the hotel drivers take us to Zoo Ave which is a rehabilitation zoo for animals who will eventually be returned to the wild. It's expensive for foreigners to get in ($15 vs. $3 for citizens) but the zoo was really nicely done. Saw lots of amazing …
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